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An Alberta Health Services employee has been suspended after using a racial slur to refer to a Kainai Board of Education school principal in a text message.
North Korea has carried out another test of a rocket engine that the U.S. believes could be part of its program to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile, a U.S. official told Reuters.
The Canadian Forces has confirmed a JTF2 sniper working with Iraqi forces successfully hit a target from a distance of 3,540 metres, a record for the longest sniper kill shot.
Canada has been asked to contribute trainers to the Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan. But trainers in Afghanistan face far greater dangers than in Iraq. Many have been killed by their own students.
The five candidates running to be the next leader of the federal New Democratic Party launched into their Toronto debate by attacking the way Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has dealt with U.S. President Donald Trump, while also raising the issues of taxation and trade.
A 49-year-old Montreal resident, suspected of stabbing a police officer at a Michigan airport, tried and failed to buy a gun before purchasing the knife allegedly used in the attack, the FBI said Thursday.
Land availability in Iqaluit is limiting new construction and further straining its dire housing situation, according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
The B.C. Liberals are proposing dozens of new ideas not included in their election platform in a wide-ranging speech from the throne.
Bill Cosby plans to conduct a series of free public seminars about sexual assault this summer, his spokesman said days after a Pennsylvania judge declared a mistrial in the entertainer's sexual assault trial.
Researchers at Carnegie Melon University in the U.S. have developed a new system for human assistance with robotic devices known as exoskeletons that could have widespread impact on the way human performance is enhanced by devices of many kinds.
Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard was criticized Thursday by Muslim community leaders after saying there was an obvious link between Islam and terrorism.
U.S. President Donald Trump says he does not have recordings of conversations with former FBI Director James Comey.
Senators have agreed to pass the federal budget bill without amendments, ending the possibility of a standoff between Canada's two Houses of Parliament and paving the way for the politicians' summer break.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there is no "Plan B" in the event talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement break down, insisting the trade pact is too beneficial to the Canadian and U.S. economies for it to be terminated.
U.S. Senate Republicans released their long-awaited bill Thursday to dismantle much of Barack Obama's health-care law, proposing to cut Medicaid for low-income Americans and erase tax boosts that Obama imposed on high earners and medical companies to finance his expansion of coverage.
Sears Canada plans to close dozens of locations and eliminate 2,900 jobs across the country as part of a court-supervised restructuring process.
Forty years ago, Yonge Street was better known as the Sin Strip — an artery of downtown Toronto that was home to dozens of strip clubs and body rub parlours, a legal grey zone to which politicians and police often turned a blind eye. That all changed in the summer of 1977.
Edmonton's maximum-security prison is operating on a dystopian system of fear, harassment and bullying, according to an internal report obtained by CBC News.
As a realist and a feminist, I know we need more women and more parents in the military. Many, many more. But as a human, a veteran and a former medical professional, I just can't recommend that life to anyone.